I have to say you seem to be right on track. I was feeling great up until about 2 weeks ago. I had been outside on numerous very hot days, clearing an area in the yard for a project we are doing. I was sweating profusely each day and I was outside for hours. By the end of it I would be soaked with sweat. The first day or two did not bother me too much. But after that I was a mess. Feeling an internal shakiness and anxiety that was very uncomfortable and almost constant. You feel like your legs are trembling trying to hold up your body. I felt this throughout my entire body, legs , arms, even in my head. I finally realized from all the sweating I lost many minerals. I am already very deficient and this is not the first time sweating made me very ill. I got extremely sick after trying to "sweat out toxins" in a sauna. I cannot sweat or I feel blood sugary. Truth is , it is not blood sugar. I have found that drinking tons of water with liquid trace minerals really helps. Unfortunatley it then takes me weeks to rebuild it after I do something stupid like that.
Now yesterday I went at it again. I mgav emyself a break of 1 1/2 weeks since I was too tired weak shaky and sick to do it. Yesterday i felt better. But As soon as I really started to sweat I sat down. Wet my face with cold water , drank lots of cold water with minerals ( supposedly cold water has more oxygen) to try to cool my body down so I did not sweat. And this morning although I am sore and my muscles feel tired , but no shakiness. Now the tired muscles I do not like either. that tells me I still overdid it. Unfortunately I am a workaholic and I love doing projects. My husband was wokrinf and i just could not sit there and watch.He kept telling me your face is red, your sweating, you'd better sit down. I feel like wimp, a fragile little flower and I hate it. But I have to get better first.